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this is the size lots of cities this is bbc news. across the world wake up to every morning. pollution well over this is bbc news with martine croxall. i'm martine croxall. the headlines we'll be taking a look at tomorrow at 11pm. theresa may has insisted mornings papers in a moment — first the headlines. theresa may has insisted she had the safe limit. we now know this is to reach out to labour in a bid killing more people than smoking. she had to reach out to labour to to deliver brexit or risk letting it try to save brexit or let it slip "slip through our fingers". this week, the ultra low emission in libya, fighting between army out of ourfingers. try to save brexit or let it slip zone launches in london. it helps to out of our fingers. the government plans to combat harmful online rebels and pro—government forces threatens the capital tripoli. keep the worst polluters off the content. labour has defended its the un calls for a truce. streets. but where there are £12 50 handling of complaints about rules for the internet age anti—semitism, after it was reported the government unveils plans surcharge will actually stop enough the party failed to take to combat harmful online content. disciplinary action in hundreds of people using their vehicles is, some places. a british woman has been might say, questionable. it's a labour has defended its handling arrested in dubai for a facebook of complaints about anti—semitism after it was reported the party beautiful day in london today and post she made two years ago, calling failed to take disciplinary action right now, pollution levels are not her ex husband dan lydiate and his in hundreds of cases. too high. but come rush hour, the new wife a horse. for the second story changes. this goes beyond the yearin new wife a horse. for the second year ina new wife a horse. for the second year in a row with the river thames a british woman has been arrested is light blue. cambridge beat 0xford in dubai for a facebook post busy roads, too. london's deepest she made calling her ex—husband in the men's and women's boat races. at 11:30pm will take a look at the tube station, the new study an idiot and his new wife a horse. suggests, can be 30 times more papers with our reviewers, tony polluted. at london marylebone, a new airfilter set
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polluted. at london marylebone, a new air filter set filtering system is trying to tackle the problem. well, i would not normally be standing this close to a fan blowing air in my face, but apparently this is giving me the cleanest air in the station. behind this advertising hello and welcome to our look ahead at what the papers will be bringing board is a contraption containing a nano carbon filter capable of us at what the papers will be bringing us tomorrow. with us, tony grew and caroline frost. i hear things got removing over 90% of harmful gases rather lively last night, so we want from the environment. the devices some harm. —— we want some calm. are deliberately positioned alongside the shops and waiting areas where most passengers spend their time. this map shows how the many of tomorrow's front pages are already in. the guardian features quality of the air is improved a picture of cambridge significantly where the filters are. rowerjames cracknell who, at a6, today became the oldest ever the polluted air is being sucked in winner of the boat race. through the top of the unit, enters he didn't do it on his own, there into a chamber in which there is a we re he didn't do it on his own, there were other people in the boat. but the paper leads on brexit with reports of more cabinet high—voltage electrical field where pressure on theresa may to avoid the ultrafine particles are being a long brexit delay. it's a similar story on the front captured. the second stage is then a of the daily express which reports on theresa may's gas filter where we take out the efforts to find a brexit breakthrough by compromising nitrogen dioxide, we take out the with the labour party after she spoke to voters
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directly in a video posted eventual ozone that is produced in to social media from her the first chamber and then the last chequers residence. "sofa...so bad" says the metro, which also carries a picture chamber is to direct the air flow of mrs may's sitting room address going out to get the clean air in in which the paper says the right place. but it's notjust she admits her brexit london. last year, a0 cities across strategy has failed. the uk either reached or exceeded the uk either reached or exceeded the safe limit for air quality. and the i follows suit and says that tory eurosceptics are now urging borisjohnson and amber rudd to unite for a tilt some have their own plans to better at the party leadership. the air. in southampton, this bus is claiming to clean the air as it drives. the filter on the roof that would be interesting. it's a different lead for the telegraph, which splashes on a pledge removes the ultrafine particles from by ministers for britain to have the world's toughest internet laws the airof removes the ultrafine particles from the air of that diesel engines on to protect children online. vehicles like these are spewing out. the daily mail accusses the defence secretary of failing to honour a promise to allow some 50 afghan translators sanctuary in the uk after their contribution basically, there are two large filter papers, filter slabs, in the to british operations in the country the daily mirror says unit. there are three fans that suck campaigners are claiming google should have paid an extra air in. the bus doesn't go fast enough to get air in so we need £1.5 billion in uk corporation tax last year. three fans that are driven by alex city. they suck air in, the air and the sun leads on news
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of an apology from jack shepard passes through the filter on the top to the family of charlotte brown, of the bus and comes out much after his speedboat overturned cleaner when it comes out the other in the river thames end. and the hope is it could do a during theirfirst date. lot more than clean up its own act. if the city's 5000 buses had these let's make a start with the daily filters, they could, in theory, clea n filters, they could, in theory, clean the entire city's air twice over. up to a height of ten metres, telegraph and this story, uk intranet laws will be toughest in at least. i suspect that a lot of the world. this isn't a guarantee of cities might be interested in looking at this sort of technology these laws coming in, though, yet. and if it's on a bus, if you be on a we do not know the shape of them yet. it is all about this white refuge vehicle, a delivery lorry, all sorts of things. dash a ref use paper. the government tomorrow will announce a new white paper that they claim will make the uk the safest vehicle. we don'tjust need to keep place in the world to go online. there will be new regulatory powers things running with low emissions. to impose fines, potentially keeping things running at all can be a challenge. imagine the chaos if prosecutes names directors and these traffic lights went down. now disable unsuitable sites from search imagine if the whole system went down due to a cyber attack. but it's in stick make engines. it is farcical, in my opinion. but it's a not just about transport networks. good start, we have talked about this before. we have had the it's also large factories or power intranet for 20 years in this stations which have already fallen
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country and the government has been victim to these type of attacks. and increasingly concerned about it but nothing has been done in dan simmons has been shown some new legislation, so at least there is some move to control some of the research which suggests our content that comes online, but like infrastructure may be a lot more vulnerable than we previously the proposed ban on pornography that is due to coming later this year, thought. the ukrainian example was there will be huge holes in this and ido there will be huge holes in this and i do not expect there are going to presumably done by a nation state be able to completely control it. we actor and they managed to successfully turn off the lights in have had resistance from a social a neighbourhood and that, to my mind, showsjust how media platforms for some time are a neighbourhood and that, to my mind, shows just how severe the consequences are. helping to secure now in the last week, mark zuckerberg said actually governments need to do this for us. he wants to the utility sectors for over ten be on the right side of history and yea rs. the utility sectors for over ten years. you may want to disrupt oil the front foot. there are only so and gas markets. the saudi example was the more recent of the two and many of these appalling and tragedy that the headlines can bring to us that was one where presumably a before they have to be seen doing nation state actor was specifically something and as tony said, we targeting safety systems and oil and talked about this, i feel like we have talked about it over and over gas refineries and so they are the again, they have to accept that with assumption, the implication was that the scope of their influence, they they were actually trying to cause physical harm and that one was are publishers. they are no longer just technical providers offer really scary because they were opinions, free speech and all of directly going after the safety that, but with that comes huge systems. so, where does it all began
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responsibilities and they are talking about all sorts of things. for the countries are criminals bullying, i know a schoolteacher who behind such attacks? today, eitan says that every single day of his working life, the first three hours are spent trying to somehow undo the damage that happened the previous has offered to show me a tour. night at home on social media. so behind such attacks? today, eitan has offered to show me a toutm shows me what is open to attack. this is notjust about social media, what it tells me is that there is it is about the wider social repercussions and obviously the day parts of my exposure out there that has come. but as tony said, it will probably should not be there, be about the enforcing and the scope particularly if it is industrial control system. it helps me to of those fines. we have to look at prioritise where i am exposed and what i can do to help reduce risk. brexit. metro. suffer so we are searching for these, individual bits of kit that can control the big industrial systems. of those fines. we have to look at brexit. metro. sufferso bad, pm's they are called programmable sitting room chat to war in the uk that brexit will never happen if there is no deal. a great headline, systems, and if you are running a full marks to the metro because it factory, for example, you do not wa nt factory, for example, you do not want just anyone fiddling with covers everything. as soon as this factory, for example, you do not wantjust anyone fiddling with them. video was posted on social media, we know there are now 5000 of these direct from theresa may, she has connected to the internet. and this possibly done something perhaps two is real time? years too late as a dollar short, connected to the internet. and this is realtime? realtime, connected to the internet. and this is real time? real time, they should but they said she was, for some never be connected to the internet like that. so there are over 5000 people, so human, surreal, so m ista kes like that. so there are over 5000 mistakes being made at the moment? relaxed, almost like she is facing many more. these are just the ones
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the wall of the apocalypse and we can find and these other finally she is talking to the nation countries where they are found. yes, and seeing very natural terms, i the power of the tool is to be able have effectively blown it so far. to click down. there are almost a look at the pair of you, you clearly thousand of them in germany, so let's pull that up there. what this don't agree with me. it was the wall will do is give us more information of the apocalypse did it for me!|j on the specific devices, the companies, where exactly they are. just saw you chuckling in the as you can see here, just to give background. what are you chuckling you a sense, you have a wide range at? the description or the performance? i am so sick of brexit, of leading german companies, small manufacturing firms, what we're finding here is that industrial control systems are a risk for i cannot tell you. but that is what everyone. it is part of your cyber they are relying on, that people will say, just do it then. the prime exposure. many of the control systems and infrastructure are old minister's video was gordon brown grade bad. media such as myself. but and do not get a software update that often. that is one reason to she is not trying to trying to talk keep them off—line. but to me or you are you, she is trying to me or you are you, she is trying increasingly, we are connecting more to talk down the camera to middle england and explain why she has devices to the workplace, so the opportunity for an attack go up. tried to bring her dealforward three times, it has been rejected three times, it has been rejected this week, an independent report three times, it has been rejected three times as she has little room conducted by a specialist research for manoeuvre now, so i understand andi agency suggests a far worse picture for manoeuvre now, so i understand and i share a... do you think that is the first time she has actually than previously thought. nine out of said this is a deal that i am no
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longer going to bother bringing to ten of the 700 security the house. it is the first time that professionals working in critical she has said that and i think she is infrastructure that took part in the trying to appeal, as she did with survey commissioned said that their her disastrous... she does these workplace had suffered damage as a things where she comes out the mix is terse that all segments and in result of at least one successful terms of her heel and walked out cyber attack in the last two years. again, normally on downing street with a couple of lags behind her. but does it mean systems also went there has been clearly a big strange down? if you look at health care, in the approaching downing street with how they are trying to communicate, how they are trying to oil and gas, utilities, transportation, roughly half of them sell the situation that she now in the last two years of experience some sort of attack or breach around finds herself in which, by the way, the industrial control systems that is entirely the responsibility of has led to a shutdown. ha rd core is entirely the responsibility of hardcore brexiteers who refused to budge on this deal and who have now the industrial control systems that has led to a shutdownlj the industrial control systems that has led to a shutdown. i think it's fairto has led to a shutdown. i think it's fair to say that you have to take found themselves... borisjohnson, i this report with a pinch of reality think we will talk about next. let's because the experts that responded do that now. let's not did so possibly because they had shilly—shallying. i see this as something to say, so you might claiming the moral high ground expect the figures to be a little because all we heard about was the bit higher than perhaps what is truly the case. but even allowing labour party saying that they have beenin labour party saying that they have been in meetings and seen no for and adjusting for that, this compromise, just the tory party report paints a very different laying out terms and expecting us to picture to the everything is ok roll over. the daily telegraph scenario that the public might be headline, boris, labour mps will persuaded to believe. underreporting
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rally to prevent a customs union of cyber attacks against critical surrender. labour have put forward this idea which could come to the infrastructure is commonplace and it's not just fore if these discussions actually infrastructure is commonplace and it's notjust to protect reputations. it's in order to keep go anywhere. do you mind? i know you the confidence of us, the public, in are keen to talk but i would like to the confidence of us, the public, in the services provided to us all finish a sentence! can i go now? you around us everyday. the anonymity provided to the workers who responded to this, not the ceos are can have the talking stick. this is the bosses, may also have loosened more fantasy from boris johnson, some tongues. back at the board and brandishing his diminished credential to try to position we have narrowed our search to one himself as leader of the tory party. particular programmable logic he has cost this mess more than controller that is known to have anyone, i think. more security problems. what i have been he has cost this mess more than anyone, ithink. more than he has cost this mess more than anyone, i think. more than people like jacob rees mogg, more than able to do is find this device with able to do is find this device with michael gove? yes, he is the one who a known vulnerability. surely no one stood up and told everyone that this would believe these connected to the would be the easiest deal that would internet. you've even sort of got a ever be done, they need us more than we need them, all these falsehoods gps. yes, you can find it on the that they pedalled over the period map. what i'm able to do now of time of the referendum campaign. remotely is click into that device theresa may has been left with a deal that she has to now try to get andi remotely is click into that device and i can remotely change the through. they keep rejecting it. but he voted for a third time round, password. it's notjust this one there are still the so—called sparta ns there are still the so—called spartans as the amusing refer to company. the tool delivers up dozens
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themselves refuse any kind of of potential targets for us compromise. as prime minister, her including a major telecoms provider responsibility is much bigger than the tory party as we fed her, i in the uk, germany and, in this think she is trying to find a way to game, romania. the tool helps get through and is less interested than she was before in the unity of company find where they're under the conservative party. do you abilities are, but our organisations really think that? yes, i think are doing enough to protect us? and above all, she wants to get a deal could this happen again? some very through and deliver some kind of brexit because the only options at the minute our zero deal brexit or a co re could this happen again? some very core function can go down. you don't wa nt long extension, a year extension, so core function can go down. you don't want any medical care, should that we will not be leaving the european happen, for example, so the consequence is union until 2020 as things stand. we happen, for example, so the consequence is can happen, for example, so the consequence is can be quite severe. will learn more magical to the at the motivations of the attackers, ido at the motivations of the attackers, i do not know, but nothing good. european council on wednesday. we stay with the daily telegraph. it's a way to almost disable a corbin is unfit to be pm says stay with the daily telegraph. corbin is unfit to be pm sastewish modern, functional society. what do group. they have had a vote of no you believe is the probability of an attack on that scale in the united confidence in him. the sunday times kingdom? on that scale? quite low. earlier today published a series of you know, ithink allegations, leaked documents, that kingdom? on that scale? quite low. showed the leader's office were not you know, i think it's important not to fear monger like that. the risk taking as seriously as they should is real, the vulnerabilities are some of the allegations of anti—semitism. this is because a lot real, the cyber exposure is growing, of anger, frankly, from labour mps
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there is that gap that we talked today and it has led to thejewish about earlier, but that doesn't mean the lights are going out in london labour movement, who are an next week and i think we should be affiliate to the labour party, saying that he is not fit to be really sober about the risk. you don't need to exaggerate it. and if pro—minister. for the mps caught in this, jewish mps who receive co nsta nt this, jewish mps who receive they do go out, if this programme constant abuse online, who are goes out after such an attack... and subject to death threats, this is a i was wrong? i trust you will edit horrifying situation and one of them we re horrifying situation and one of them were speaking today about how last night she tried to contactjeremy thoroughly! that was dan and that's corbyn, sent him a message and he did not respond to her, so the idea that... i understand that there are those that say the anti—semitism it for the short version of the show. if you want to keep up with the team throughout the week, you allegations in the labour party, can find us on facebook, instagram unproven cases, are part of an and twitter. thanks for watching. attempt to destabilise jeremy corbyn. i am attempt to destabilise jeremy corbyn. iam not attempt to destabilise jeremy corbyn. i am not sure if it is are not, but the fact he does not understand how to lead and the fact he does not understand that when an mp reaches out to him, and if you have suffered death threats, reaches out to him that he should maybe have the courtesy to respond tells me everything we need to know about what kind of leader or not leader he is. disciplinary matters do not fall atjeremy corbyn's is. disciplinary matters do not fall
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at jeremy corbyn's feet, but he is. disciplinary matters do not fall atjeremy corbyn's feet, but he is the leader. it isjennie formby who there was a bit of sunshine around on sunday, particularly in the west is in charge of discipline, but and south—west, but for most of the jeremy corbyn cannot escape theirs, can he, as leader? country, a great story. lots of cloud and drizzle in the north and he has somehow looked the other way. north—east. this was a picture taken in york earlier in the day. as you when did the reports come out? 18 move through the rest of this evening and overnight, we keep a months ago? a good while ago. this fairly cloudy picture from many places, particularly through the has been knocking around ever since. south—east of england, the midlands it was knocking around before. it and wales with some showers here prompted the report. she has somehow which could push into northern ireland at times, too. to the north declared it is all all right, there of that for much of scotland, northern and eastern england, clear we re declared it is all all right, there were no specifics, nothing was in spells but also miss, low cloud and force that he has all we ever hear fog patches. could just be a touch is that he looks the other way. as of frost for rural parts of scotland tony said, does not reply to but most of us frost free. down to e—mails. he has biggerfish tony said, does not reply to e—mails. he has bigger fish to fry, the south—west of england on monday, in his opinion, but this is massive. you should keep sunny spells. the this is defining for his era as risk of a few showers for the isle opposition leader. and it is not of scilly, pushing towards the just turning a blind eye. there is channel islands too. a few showers significant evidence of interference stretching in a line from the in the disciplinary processes by people who work in his office, so it south—east of england through the middle on two wheels. more centring is not just a people who work in his office, so it is notjust a case of him failing to to the north of that, 10—1a or maybe respond to it or him not doing 17 in the brighter spells in the enough or ignoring the issue, there south. bye for now. is evidence that people in his
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office are interfering in the disciplinary processes of the labour party. let's look at page two of the daily express. emissions on foreign capital hits old cars. this is the world's first ultra low emission zone and a lot of people bought diesel cars a few years back. the advice was that are actually better than petrol but now there is the particulate issue. it is a day of firsts for the uk, particulate issue. it is a day of firsts forthe uk, isn't particulate issue. it is a day of firsts for the uk, isn't it? they are obviously desperately... forget brexit, business is going on at being pioneering. the good news is that the london mayor has put his foot forward and said that the city suffers from pollution, we know it suffers from pollution, we know it suffers from pollution, we know it suffers from overcrowding, and what he has done with the congestion zone he has done with the congestion zone he now wishes to do with diesel emissions. people, drivers of older, more polluting cars will have to pay £12.50 to enter the capital when it comes into force tomorrow, i think. there is no explanation on this page of howden exec your paper should be the same as the congestion charge,
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online and registration recognition and all of that. the bad news is that it and all of that. the bad news is thatitis and all of that. the bad news is that it is going to come into production for diesel cars, anything more than four years old, and petrol cars, anything more than 13 years old which covers a lot of drivers will be caught on the hop and it has said that this will be catching small businesses and the drivers of older cars are very unprepared for this, so expect a bit of chaos. but it is the health issues that are being so, so concerning. can i talk? we are breathing toxic air in the centre of london. our children's lungs are being exposed to it. i find this a ridiculous comments that they save this move will hit the poorest london tardis. the poorest londoners do not have cars. driving in london in central london already carries with it a congestion charge. this is an additional charge to try to drive down the amount of emissions, but for clarity, we are
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talking about kids in london breathing toxic air. i do not think asking people to pay £12.50...m breathing toxic air. i do not think asking people to pay £12.50... it is hitting the consumers on the head instead of approaching businesses who are probably responsible for more pollution than your average car driver. my understanding is that business appeared like everyone else. yes, but also don't make anyway, it's mainly the private car is on the road. the guardian is where we will finish. some cracknell, a6, becomes older bought race winner. what an achievement, cambridge winning the men's and women's race today on the thames and james cracknell coming back from that horrific industry that he sustained in 2010. i am not entirely sure why he is counted as a student. he is doing a masters degree in human evolution. it's utterly valid. i'm much more of a fan of the other one, but you know... do you mean steve redgrave? it's hope for all
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aspiring athletes. i am going to ta ke aspiring athletes. i am going to take up rowing. steve redgrave won five 0lympic take up rowing. steve redgrave won five olympic gold in five separate 0lympics. they are clearly trojan warriors like no others and it is very, very healthy. lots of people get out on the river. if this is the car the people need to start a bit of summer health and fitness, who are we to mark? there is going to be are we to mark? there is going to be a rush of men in lycra heading to their local, if they can find one. would you be up for that? yes. i would pay to watch that. we have managed not to fall out. tony and caroline will be back at 11:30pm for another look at the papers. next up, it's click.
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